A little bit of reality has managed to creep into the conscience of the nearly half of Americans who opposed the Affordable Care Act.
Now that President Obama has been elected to a second term, political opponents of his landmark health care reform law are beginning to concede that Obamacare is here to stay. And the general public agrees. As a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll reports, the majority of Americans don’t support repealing Obamacare. In fact, after the presidential election, the number of Americans advocating for a full repeal of the health reform law dropped to an all-time low at just 33 percent — compared to nearly half of Americans who would rather keep the law in place. ...Think Progress
That puts Congressional Republicans in an awkward position. They seem determined to persist in their opposition to the law. Tough position to be in as the new session starts. Maybe news from home will finally reach them.